Only once in a while, a cottage becomes available that surpasses the rest. This is the dream cottage in a quiet country town you have been waiting for!
This adorable cottage at 4 Hawker Street in Majors Creek is set on over an acre of garden with a centrepiece pond and a truly picturesque rural vista.
Featuring nine-foot ceilings, the cottage is fully insulated throughout, has a storage loft in the roof, a DA-approved shed that could easily be converted into an art studio or triple garage, a garden shed, gas cooking and gas hot water.
Belle Property real estate agent Kelly Allen said the cottage was out of this world.
“If there is a cottage to have, it’s this one. It works like a modern home with the charm and character of an old cottage,” she said.
“The cottage is also nice and warm, which is great to have in the year’s colder months.”
Originally built in 2011, the cottage features a country-style kitchen, a sunny north-facing lounge and dining room complete with Nectre fireplace opening out onto a north-facing deck. It’s the perfect spot to while away lazy afternoons.
The living and dining areas are open-plan with access to the front veranda, lots of natural light and the fireplace makes the space extra cozy in the cooler months.
There are two good-sized bedrooms found on one side of the home. The main bedroom comes with a walk-in robe and a modern bathroom.
The laundry and second bathroom can also be found not far from the bedrooms.
Moving outside is a wealth of space for you to move around or make gardens, with a large pond not far from the home.
Alongside the swathes of land is the large DA-approved shed that can be used for a multitude of purposes, including storage or an extra room outside the house.
Kelly said the location is hard to beat.
“You have a great and really friendly community close by and it’s only a 15-minute trip into Braidwood,” she said.
Located in the quiet country town of Majors Creek, the cottage is just a short stroll to The Majors Creek Pub and Post Office. The school bus stop is not far away and it’s just 15 km to all major amenities in historic Braidwood.
Original Article published by Aiden Rothnie on Riotact.